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CNN
Jul 22, 2011 3:49pm EDT
of the capital city of oslo in norway. you've been there. what do you make of all of this? >> well, it's pretty shocking. you've seen the pictures that our viewers by now have seen the pictures. more are going to be coming in fairly soon. so reminiscent of what happened in manhattan on 9/1 1. you see these people running from these buildings from downtown oslo in shock and the building destroyed . i was there after what happened in oklahoma city in 1995. t timothy mcveigh. i would urge everyone to be cautious right now. we don't know who's responsible for this. one individual, more than one individual. we don't know if there's a political background. we don't know who did this. let the low law enforcement authorities in norway get the job done because i remember after the oklahoma city bombing, and you probably remember as well, brooke, we all jumped to certain conclusions. it was more home grown terror in oklahoma city than it was foreign terror, al qaeda related. then again after 9/11, we know who's responsible for 9/11. so let's see what the authorities come up with and then we'll be able to
CNN
Jul 22, 2011 10:00am PDT
. >>> breaking news in norway now. a massive explosion in the capital of oslo today, killed two people and shattered government buildings. the officers of the prime minister were extremely damaged but a government spokesman says he is safe. there are reports of a second explosion going off after the first, and numerous people were injured. rubble and glass from broken windows littered the streets. and nobody is claiming responsibility. also in a separate incident, a person dressed as a police officer opened fire today at a youth camp on a norwegian island. that story still developing. and joining us on the phone is ian dutton. tell us where you were when this blast occurred? >> caller: i am on the 28th floor of a tower hotel here in downtown oslo, about a quarter of a mile from the blast site. i work for a u.s. airline and had flown overnight to oslo and arrived a few hours before the blast so was catching up on sleep after the overnight flight. >> did you feel it? >> caller: absolutely. at first i was not sure if i my bed been hit by lightning or there was an earthquake, which is unus
WHUT
Jul 28, 2011 7:00am EDT
we want to cross over to oslo where norwegian police are giving an update into the bomb and shooting attack. there's been a bit of criticism about the response of those attacks. we want to go to oslo and listen in to what is being said. they are just about to kick off as soon as they start speaking, we will bring you an update and translation of what they are saying. as pointed out, there's been a lot of criticism as to the response to the shooting in oslo. the story is developing quickly. it's just after midday here in london. 7:00 p.m. in beijing and 7:00 a.m. in washington where the house of representatives is preparing for a vote on the u.s. debt limit. despite a veto from the white house and unanimous opposition against double-teams. if they cannot reach an agreement in the next five days, the u.s. risks a debt default. stock markets across europe are down as fears mount over the debt crisis and there's been losses on asian markets as well. >> there's a new voice in america's debt ceiling debate. this rapper is offering his advice for the politicians in washington. his video wen
PBS
Jul 23, 2011 12:30am PDT
on an island outside of the norwegian capital oslo. earlier, a bomb exploded in the capital, killing at least seven. the two incidents are believed to be linked. a norwegian man has been arrested. police say he has ties to right- wing extremism. this is the worst violence in norway since the second world war. hello and welcome to bbc news. at least 80 people were killed on the island of utoeya when a gunman opened fire. many other people have been injured. police have also confirmed that a 32-year-old ethnic norwegian man has been arrested in connection with this incident and the earlier bombing in the capital. the man has links to right-wing extremists. he has been named by some media outlets in norway but the police have not confirmed his identity. an explosion tore through the headquarters of the norwegian government building in oslo killing at least seven people. two hours later, and then opened fire on the island of utoeya -- a man opened fire on the island of utoeya at a youth camp. the attacks are considered the worst violence since the second world war. i asked for confirmation of the
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 11:35pm PDT
shattered downtown oslo, the norwegian capital, killing at least seven more. tonight police say they have a suspect in custody, the man they believe to be responsible for both attacks. and in oslo tonight, here's abc's miguel marquez. >> reporter: it was a day of unspeakable horror and loss. people here still trying to make sense of it all. late tonight, the police said that 80 people at the summer camp were killed. the police have not released the name of the man they arrested, but norwegian media say it's this man. it all started around 3:30 on a quiet friday aftereron in oslo, the capital of norway. explosions from a car bomb rocked several government buildings including the offices of the prime minister, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens more. what's eerie in this aftermath video is the silence. the bubued-out wreckage of a car all that remained of what appeared to be the vehicle carrying the bomb. this blast was so powerful, it blew out windows and damaged buildings throughout central oslo. we're several hundred yards from where the blast actually took place, and even
CNN
Jul 23, 2011 1:00am PDT
the attacks, both in oslo and at the labor youth camp. we are very -- it's very important for us to be clear when it comes to the responsibility of the police and the political responsibility of the government. the police have just started the investigations. one man is arrested and i think we will wait until we can see more results before we comment on the motives, the ideology or the possible political motives for such attacks. >> that was the prime minister there just a short time ago. now on the phone with us from oslo is norway's foreign minister who was with the prime minister in the news conference. thank you for joining us, sir. i know right now you are not prepared to say anything more about the suspect, but can you say is there any information about whether he had accomplices? >> the police is sticking to one suspect. i think we have to respect that. if there is to be any speculation it's whether one person can do both attacks, policeman them and execute them. >> being there and seeing the crime scene and seeing that island, can you fathom that this one person carried this out? >>
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 5:30pm PDT
worse. the toll of dead from yesterday's twin attacks in and around oslo has climbed to at least 92. most of the dead, teenagers who were systematically executed in a 90-minute-long massacre at an island summer camp. the shooting attack and fatal bombing of oslo's government center are now thought to be an act of domestic terrorism. we also learned today it took police almost 40 minutes to reach the island camp as an apparent single gunman waged his withering attack. with more on the attack and the suspect now in custody, here's nbc news correspondent martin fletcher from oslo. >> reporter: norway is in mourning today, trying to understand. photos of the youth camp taken just before the shooting, as norway's prime minister said a paradise island that turned into hell. desperate survivors pulled to safety. at least 85 murdered. >> he was just like going around killing people like it was nothing. >> reporter: police today said the suspect hunted the victims, aged from 12 to 19, shooting them for 90 minutes. but when police finally arrived, this is his moment of surrender, no resistanc
PBS
Jul 22, 2011 4:00pm PDT
targets in attacks in oslo and blast ripped through buildings -- government buildings in oslo while a gun man attacks a youth camp, leaving 10 dead. and breaking up is hard to do. why some gay couples are finding it impossible to obtain a divorce. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. norway has not seen violence like this since the second world war. tonight, the country is reeling. first came a huge explosion in the capital of oslo that killed at least seven people and left many more injured when a bomb ripped through government buildings, including the prime minister's office. then in an attack police say was linked, a gun man opened fire at a youth rally, killing at least 10. starting our coverage frank gardner. >> an atrocity in oslo. a huge bomb blast return through the center of the norwegian capital, killing, mating, destroying. it could have been so much worse if so many residents had not left for the weekend. norway posted prime minister, if possible target escaped >> we were told to go into the back room and we came out into the street they said it was b
CNN
Jul 22, 2011 4:00pm PDT
for its tranquillity. first a powerful explosion outside norway's main government complex in oslo. >> the entire building, the hotel, the tower in downtown oslo, it just shook, the concussion absolutely blew me away, and it seemed as if my bed had been struck by lightning. >> an assassin dressed as a police officer opens fire at a summer camp for norway's labor party, sending the panicked teenagers scrambling for cover. >> they were hiding in caves and bushes and shelters and trying to make little noise as possible because they were scared for their lives because of the shooter. >> tonight, as norway and the world asks why, the death toll is growing. seven killed and 90 injured in the downtown explosion. at least ten shot to death at the summer camp shooting spree. >>> but up first, stunning new drama in the debate over deficit spending in washington and the prospect of a historic government default just ten days from now. republican house speaker john boehner tonight calling off negotiations with president obama saying the democratic white house is too gung-ho about raising taxes
CNN
Jul 22, 2011 8:00am PDT
explosions have rocked central oslo in the last hour wounding at least eight people. reports from norway say govrt buildings were targeted, one houses the prime minister's office and most of the windows were blown out. reuters reports a mangled car outside one building suggesting a possible car bomb. reuters reports the prime minister is safe. cnn is following the developments for you from london. what more do we know about how this happened and why? >> reporter: the information is still trickling in from oslo at this point. the police have issued a stam saying that there are deaths and injuries. that's all they're saying right now. they're not saying what may have caused this explosion or explosions at this time. according to the state television, the norwegian state television one person is confirmed dead. that is unconfirmed by cnn independently, but according to norwegian state television, one person is dead. some eight are injured including two or three with serious wounds. looking at the footage coming out from central oslo, the downtown capital, some describe it as anw war zone. whate
CNN
Jul 22, 2011 12:00pm PDT
out of norway. a devastating and deadly attack in the capital city of oslo. and i want to show you some of these pictures. this is heart-wrenching to watch. people rushing away from these blasts. this is the heart of the downtown tower center. people scattering, running scared after a massive blast took out the windows of several government buildings. inside one of those buildings, the prime minister's office. we are being told he was not there at the time. but as of this very second, here's the latest number we have. seven, at least seven people are reported dead, and many more injured. in what oslo's mayor is calling a terrible day for norway. police are urging folks to stay off their cell phones just in order to keep those networks free so some of the people in the area can call their loved ones, call their family, tell them they're okay. but on top of all this, a person dressed up as a policeman walked into this youth camp attended by 700 people and just opened fire. everything is unfolding as we speak. i want to go to nima. bring us up to speed as far as what's happened. does
PBS
Jul 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
of oslo. many people have been killed, others have been wounded. a gunman attacked a youth camp of the governing party. police say the two attacks are linked. norway has been hit by a double bombing and shooting. in the capital of oslo, a bomb has exploded. 8 gunmen disguised as a policeman killed four people at a youth meeting of the ruling labor party. several government buildings have been severely damaged in central oslo. the prime minister is reported to be safe. police are warning people to stay away from the center of the capital. >> the blast tore through the government quarter at 3:20. the force of the explosion wrecked several ministries and the prime minister's office. he was not in the building. windows were shattered, fires broke out, and debris littered the streets at the site. people might be trapped in some of the damaged buildings. eyewitnesses have been giving their accounts of the chaos. many say the explosion felt like an earthquake. >> we were standing there talking and then suddenly it seemed like the whole room had been picked up and the windows were all s
CNN
Jul 22, 2011 6:00am PDT
and bring it to you. >>> we're following a breaking story out of oslo, norway. a big explosion. we have all the details. what do you know? >> reporter: details are slowly coming in to the cnn newsroom in london this hour out of oslo in norway where we understand there could be as many as two explosions that took place in central downtown oslo potentially affecting the prime minister's building. it's a 17-story building. we understand according to local eyewitnesses and a local reporter and i'm watching our coverage as well in that the windows have been blown out of several buildings in downtown oslo. again, as we say, it's unconfirmed whether or not it's the prime minister's office that has been affected, but we understand according to reports and the norwegian news agency that the prime minister is safe after the blast in central oslo. we understand that the people are on the streets bleeding. obviously, very scared about the situation. in other reports really coming in in terms of other casualties at this point. >> we have a picture, a twitter picture of the building that we're getting, a
CNN
Jul 23, 2011 12:00am PDT
behring breivik. the death toll from the bombing in oslo a few hours earlier stands at seven people, and scores more were injured and, of course, dozens dead on the island. jim boulden joins us from oslo. you were monitoring the news conference a few minutes ago. >> reporter: yes, i thought it was interesting the prime minister said he had been going to the island every summer since 1974. he is of the labor party and this is the labor party's summer camp. he said the place he had been visiting every summer has now turned to hell in a few hours. he was fearing he would know some of the young people who had died. as far as more details, i don't think that we got a lot of more details from the justice minister or prime minister. they still won't name the suspect in custody. they said that was a matter for the police and not the politicians. they were saying it is important for the police to find the facts and all the information. they are not going to get drawn into any conclusions. and they still won't say that they think it's only one person. they want the police to talk about that.
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 5:30pm PDT
into a war zone. and a gunman opens fire on teenagers at a nearby summer camp. jeff glor reports from oslo. the speaker of the house says he's done negotiating with the president. so where does that leave the debt talks? michelle miller on who gets hurt if social security checks don't go out. >> basically, for me, it would be a total disaster. >> schieffer: it sounds like a broken record, and there were plenty of them. jim axelrod on another day of historic heat gripping half the country. and john blackstone on the search for life on mars. nasa's new robot may settle it once and for all. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. well, there are two big stories in the news tonight, that explosion in oslo, and in washington late developments in the argument over how to find a way to cut the federal budget and raise the debt ceiling. we're going to begin with that story tonight. republican house speaker john boehner now says he is done negotiating with the president and will try to deal dir
KRON
Jul 23, 2011 12:30am PDT
is responsible. >> reporter: there is the capital of oslo. on the big board for a closer look at where these two acts took place. over here is oslo where the bombs went off and a couple hours later, 25 miles northwest of oslo, that is where the shooting occurred. we are told a man dressed as a police officer started shooting at children at a youth camp. two deadly scenes and one heart breaking day for the peaceful country of norway. >> reporter: this is the man police say is responsible for the deadliest day in norway since world war ii. this is his picture. the horror started on friday in the capital of oslo. one bomb exploded killing 7 people and injuring dozens mormon couple hours later he did more damage. he used multiple guns, shooting at children at a youth camp. at least 80 deaths have been reported at that site alone that & that number is expected to rise. some people who tried to swim away were shot in the water. that camp is affiliated with the government. norway's largest tv broadcaster describes him as single, christian. grant lodes, kro
FOX News
Jul 22, 2011 11:00am EDT
video just in to fox news. this is the scene outside the government headquarters build anything the oslo. witnesses say there are also several people who are injured, and as you can see, it is a scene of chaos. people running around bewildered, according to eyewitnesses, some folks are walking with blood on their faces, on their hands. norway's prime minister, we're told, is said to be safe. this blast, though, blowing out nearly all the windows of a 20-floor high-rise in oslo covering blocks with rubble and debris. the story is still breaking, our international desk is working right now to get us new details, and we'll bring you new information as soon as we get it here in the newsroom. jenna: and we'll continue to follow that story, as rick mentioned. in the meantime, another fox news alert for you here in america where we're in the grips of a sweltering heat wave. temperatures at or near the triple digits from kansas to massachusetts, and the shouldering humidity -- smoldering humidity making it feel hotter. rick: it does. jenna: new york city is temperature's around 101, it might fee
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 7:00pm EDT
in the news tonight, that explosion in oslo, and in washington late developments in the argument over how to find a way to cut the federal budget and raise the debt ceiling. we're going to begin with that story tonight. republican house speaker john boehner now says he is done negotiating with the president and will try to deal directly with senate leaders. within minutes after saying that the president came to the white house briefing room to say boehner was taking the wrong tack. >> i was willing to take a lot of heat from my party and i spoke to democratic leaders yesterday and although they didn't sign off on a plan, they were willing to engage in serious negotiations despite a lot of heat from a lot of interest groups around the country in order to make sure that we actually dealt with this problem. >> schieffer: the president went on to say that speaker boehner would not return his phone call and he asked congressional leaders from both parties to come back to the white house tomorrow morning for some new talks. we're going first to the capitol and nancy cordes. nancy? >> reporter:
FOX News
Jul 22, 2011 10:00am PDT
of oslo. welcome to "america live," everybody, i'm martha maccallum in for megyn kelly. so this is a situation of utter chaos unfolding right now in norway's capital city. that powerful be explosion that is said to have put a car on its side in front of the building, potentially the car that had the bomb in it outside government headquarters at the prime minister's office. at least two deaths so far in that explosion. you can see the scene on the streets here. fifteen other people were injured, but those numbers could change as authorities begin to assess the fallout here. that attack came as norway is dealing with a home-grown terror plot linked to al-qaeda. greg burke is streaming live for us from rome with the very latest on this. >> reporter: hi, martha. that's right. you know, more and more news just keeps coming out, the latest is that which you mentioned which certainly does make it look like things were coordinated here. as many as five people shot at a youth camp or a youth meeting, sort of a summer camp thing just outside of oslo. also some reports of suspicious p
PBS
Jul 22, 2011 7:00pm PDT
an explosion damaged the housing of the prime minister in oslo on friday. the news agency reports several people were injured. >>> "on the road ahead," today we bring you a story about a british woman who continues to teach english near the crippled fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant. she was forced to evacuate her home in the wake of a crisis. now the only english teacher in the city, she remains there so her students know they're not alone. >> reporter: alice teaches in a elementary school. part of the city has been included in the 20-kilometer evacuation joan. she came to japan 23 years ago and has been teaching english in fukushima prefecture ever since. at the time of the quake and tsunami, allison was teaching in the town where the fukushima daiichi plant is located. but following the nuclear disaster, the region was declared off limits, and its schools were shut down. allison, her husband, and their three children had to evacuate. five out of the six english teachers quit their jobs. >> translator: i felt it would be difficult to continue my work in the neighborhood. >> reporter
NBC
Jul 24, 2011 5:30pm PDT
to a hurting nation. nbc's martin fletcher has new details from oslo tonight. martin, good evening. >> reporter: hi there, lester. chilling, racist picture of a confessed killer is emerging from his own writings. he wanted to bring about a revolution that would end a centuries-old muslim nation of europe. united in grief. norway's prime minister called friday's bomb and shooting attacks a national tragedy. in oslo, 17th century cathedral today, king harold and queen sonja cried with their people. 93 victims including about 80 teenagers sacrificed one man's obsession. his weapon, mass killing. tomorrow anders breivik will be arraigned in court. his lawyer said he wants to explain. but he already laid it all out on the internet. friday breivik posted a chilling 100-page manifesto which he says took him years to write, with chunks of it lifted from writings by the unabomber. in the very first sentence he wrote -- it is better to kill too many than not enough. later, we do not want to do this, but we're left with no choice. and finally -- i believe this will be my last entry. it is now friday, july
NBC
Jul 25, 2011 5:30pm PDT
fletcher has been covering the story from the start. he's with us tonight from oslo. martin, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. norway's police today said fewer people have been killed than thought, not 93, but 76, with some still missing. that is small relief for a country that can hardly believe what just happened. anders breivik was brought to court this morning, the face of a mass killer. police described him as calm and unaffected. breivik admitted he carried out the killings but claimed he was not guilty. the judge ordered him held in custody for eight weeks, the first four in solitary confinement. an hour earlier, across norway, two minutes of silence for the victims. later, a mass in memory of the victims was canceled at the last minute, too many people came. >> i think we're trying to take the city back to show human energy after such a powerful and vicious act. >> reporter: but then, chilling news. police revealed breivik told them there were two other terror cells. in his 1,500 page manifesto posted on the internet last week, breivik wrote in 2002 he met with nine
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
is in oslo. >> reporter: the explosions ripped through downtown oslo at 3:30 local time. the first images, windows blown out, rubble in the streets, huge plumes of smoke. evoking memories of terror attacks elsewhere, but up until now, never here. >> suddenly we saw glass coming behind us. we were told to go to the back exproom when we came out on to the street and saw that everything was damaged. they said it was bomb. >> as residents process the carnage. they scrambled for safety. emergency crews moved in to treat the wounded. police blocked off roads, locals were told to stay inside. >> it's very frightening and now everyone is wondering if it was an act of terror or a suicide bomber. but no one can give us an answer at the moment. >> all afternoon, more potential attacks hung over this city. norway's prime minister went on tv pledging his commitment to fight back. but a short time later, reports of another incident. a shooting about 60 miles north of oslo on a small island where hundreds of teenagers, members of norway's labor party were meeting. locals were seen trying to swim awa
CBS
Jul 23, 2011 5:30pm PDT
an oklahoma city type bombing in oslo. randall pinkston joins us tonight from oslo. randall? >> reporter: there are new details being revealed about the accused gunman. principally that he rented a farm that allowed him to obtain 6,000 tons of fertilizer. the fertilizer that authorities believe was used in part to construct that powerful bomb that went off just a few blocks from here. police say the gunman at norway's youth camp had 90 minutes to attack before a s.w.a.t. team arrived. at least 84 people were killed. >> they ran out. and he just would shoot them. >> reporter: shaken survivors recall their desperate effort to get away from the man dressed as a policeman. some dove into icy waters, trying to swim away. others hid behind rocks. adrian plaquen was wounded in the shoulder. >> i was lying perfectly still and someone fell down so i hid behind. >> reporter: when policemen finally arrived the gunman reportedly gave up without a struggle. >> i tried to save people but there were people dead i couldn't do anything for. >> reporter: police say the suspect, a 32-year-old norwegian man
FOX
Jul 22, 2011 12:00pm PDT
people and gunfire at a youth camp outside of oslo connected with that blast. authorities say they have arrested a suspect. [ sirens ] >> it's the worst attack on norway since world war ii. a massive explosion tore through government buildings, including the prime minister's office. the prime minister, though, was working at home today and was not hurt. and a square in oslo where the nobel peace prize was awarded was covered with shattered glass and twisted metal. in addition to the seven fatalities in oslo, at least 15 others were injured. shortly after that explosion, a gunman dressed as a police officer opened fire at a labour party youth camp on utoya island, about a half hour away from oslo. there are unconfirmed reports that at least a dozen people were killed. this comes as oslo is investigating a home grown terrorist cell linked to al- qaeda. >>> at home, police say that a young man who died after exchanging gunfire with police appeared to have killed himself with his own gun. police are still trying to find the weapon which they believe was stolen from the scene. but the police
PBS
Jul 22, 2011 2:30pm PDT
trevelyan. twin attacks in oslo. bombs were to government building, while a gun andman -- a gun man leaves at least 10 dead. and breaking up is hard to do, why some gay couples are finding it impossible to obtain a divorce. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also of around the globe. norway has not seen violence like this since the second world war. tonight, the country is reeling. first came a huge explosion in the capital of oslo, killing at least seven and leaving many more injured when a bomb ripped through government buildings, including the price ministers office. then in an attack police say was a white man dressed as a policeman, he opened fire at a youth camp, killing at least 10. ç@b5bçñçóçççç, the bomb in the city center sending chaos. police race to clear the streets. office, oilnister's ministry, and headquarters for the newspaper were among the -- among the buildings hit. >> we were at a cafe a block away and it felt like the building with a fall down over us. it was it out explosion and we ran out onto the street. and we saw all of the buildings sur
CBS
Jul 25, 2011 6:30pm EDT
in the norway massacre claims that other terror cells exist. jeff glor reports from oslo. and bob orr looks at the home grown terror threat to this country. a windfall for prescription drug users. ben tracy says the price is about to come way down for top sellers like lipitor and plavix. and combat stress has this vet on the verge of suicide. >> i was this close to pulling the trigger. >> schieffer: but chip reid reports his best friend came to the rescue. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening. scott's off tonight. i'm bob schieffer. president obama has asked the networks for time too address the nation on the debt crisis tonight. cbs will carry the address and the response by republican speaker john boehner at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. the president's request came after congress and the white house sank deeper into gridlock over how to prevent the government from defaulting on its financial obligations. we have three reports tonight. we began at the white house with nora o'donnell. nora. >> good evening, bob. tonight presiden
CNN
Jul 23, 2011 2:00am PDT
in the oslo bomb blast and the massacre on the island that left at least 91 people dead in total. local media are naming the man as anders behring breivik. police are not confirming his identity, but when asked about extremism in norway, the prime minister told the news conference police were aware of active groups. >> translator: compared to other countries, i will not say that we have a big problem with right-wing extremists in norway, but we have had some groups, and we have followed them before, and our police is aware that there are some right-wing extreme groups, or at least has been some groups of that kind in norway. but, again, i very much underline that we will not speculate and we will await the investigation from the police before we say anything more about this particular case, but it's part of our work, and the police follow this kind of right wing extreme groups. >> the police admitted the suspect was not previously known to them. a spokesperson revealed what was known about him so far. >> he is a free mason, and we cannot provide further details or specifics on this guy. this
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2011 12:00pm EDT
there in oslo. nbc's martin fletcher is following the developments from london. what do you have, martin? >> the bomb seems to targeted oslo's main government building. 17 stories high. yet almost all the windows blown out. the office of norway's prime minister was damaged. he wasn't in his office and he wasn't hurt. although there are reports that at least eight people injured. two deaths reported so far. there's also reports that some people may be trapped inside the building. it's in the city center, an area of office buildings, caves, shops. damage spread over half a mile. there was panic when the bomb exploded. people knock over chairs in caves running away. they were afraid that could be another explosion. nobody did claim responsibility yet. there are investigations by the police into whether or not the bomb was a car bomb. earlier this month norweigian police areased three men suspect of the planning bomb attacks in oslo. at the time they said they may have had connections with al qaeda, but that's pure speculation. >> i'm getting a note from the associated press that the office
MSNBC
Jul 24, 2011 9:00am EDT
client has confessed to the bomb attack in downtown oslo as well as the shooting rampage at a teen summer camp on a nearby island. 32-year-old anders behring breivik is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow. we're going live to oslo and nbc's martin fletcher. a 1500-page manifesto that has emerged. what's the latest coming from the police? >> reporter: well, the police, alex, had an operation in eastern oslo this morning where they detained a few people and searched an apartment, the suspicion there were more accomplices with the killer. they -- it turned out they were all released, no connection, no explosives. this morning the king and queen of norway and government leaders attended a memorial for the 93 victims. the man who did it did it because he wanted to change norwegian society. norway's in mourning, trying to understand. photos of the youth camp taken before the shooting at the prime minister said a paradise island that turned into hell. desperate survivors pulled to safety from the worst shooting massacre in memberry, at least 85 murdered. >> just like going around killing peopl
KRON
Jul 24, 2011 11:00pm PDT
of bombing the oslo government headquarters and in going on a shooting rampage with 93 concerned dead confirmed dead-the did not find anybody else alive or dead in the water surrounding the island. >> this is one of just one of 100 parishioners attendant to honor the fallen victims in oslo. this woman says that she knows a 16 year-old was twice shot. >> she was on the island and shot. none of them were killed but there were shot. >> he flew in from oslo on friday it she could not understand why she kept getting odd text messages from our family until she turned on the news. the names of the victims of not been released so she does not know if she knew the victims. >> the messages say that " i am safe. it was strange looking at cn and and and rick texting about my neighborhood. >> and from this man, has spent covering bay area residents and comforting. >> we did not really understand the magnitude of 911 back in norway. but now, i think that we now can fully realize what hope to ba men to the american people. >> the north norwegian flag will be at half staff in san francisco reggie kum
PBS
Jul 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
the latest on the developing story. >> an atrocity in oslo. a huge blast ripped the the center of the norwegian capital killing, maiming, destroying. it could have been even worse if somebody hadn't already left for the weekend. the prime minister, a possible target, to escape unharmed. >> we saw glass coming behind us and we were told to go to the back room. when we saw that everything was damaged, we thought it was bonds. >> we have a very unclear situation. we don't have details of what happened. we ask everyone to leave central oslo. and the news of a second attack on the nearby offshore island. how the men dressed in a fake police uniform began shooting at a political youth camp for the ruling party. some tried to escape by swimming away. the police have their biggest living clue. >> i have a message to whoever attacked us. it is a message from all of norway. you will not destroy us. you will not destroy our democracy. >> norway and mobilize every available facility. as police search for more hidden bonds, leader's offer their condolences. >> i wanted to personally extend
WHUT
Jul 25, 2011 7:00am EDT
corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> in oslo, the headlines at midday. the man accused of causing the massacre in norway is about to appear before a judge for the first time. the hearing will love be held in public. a country falls silent, forced to remember the dead as they come to grips with it the nation's worst wartime -- peacetime atrocity. >> welcome to "gmt." an emergency call for funds in the horn of africa, where 11 million people are at risk. the new york hotel maid that accused dominic strauss, and of trying to rape her gives her point of the story. it is 1:00 in oslo, where the man charged with killing more than 90 people last friday is about to make his first court appearance. this is the image we are getting from inside the court. >> behind me in an anonymous horde room, norway's most infamous murderer is about to appear in court. even the politicians said that there must be no concession to the killer in the aftermath, it looks like one small change is taking place in that this is supposed to be a closed hearing rather than open to the pu
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Jul 22, 2011 11:30pm EDT
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